The team are sent to the beach to repossess personal watercraft; Lou and Froy have a confrontation with a message therapist; Lou and Sonia wind up on a high speed chase.
A burned out car may not be worth reclaiming. Also, an owner leaves behind a present for the finance company; and a couple of hillbillies ride is repossessed.
An owner sprays his car with bullets before it can be reclaimed; a repossession is hindered by mechanical issues; and Frankie's behavior causes problems.
A pair of repossessors don't let personal problems interfere with their job. A car owner's ex gives her phone number to a couple of repo men. Cult members are carrying shotguns during a repossession.
A tense confrontation leaves Lou with a knocked out tooth. Frankie messes up an extremely easy voluntary repo.
Froy and Sonia head to Beverly Hills to repossess the vehicle of a trophy wife; Sonia and Matt try to take away a Nissan at night.
The repo team's new truck finally arrives, and with it, a new chapter in the building feud between Team Lou and Team Matt. Sonia and Lou head to the cliffs to repo a car from a trio of late-night rock climbers, Matt, Lyndah, and Ashley run into trouble when they attempt to reclaim a car from a young bridesmaid and accidentally remove her special dress, and Froy and Matt confront a pair who doesn't care who gets hurt in their effort to keep their car.
Lou's new business relationship with Matt starts to unravel when a botched job puts a serious strain on the company. Then, Matt and Lou have a red-hot confrontation at a body shop with a torch-toting debtor. Plus, Lyndah, Sonia, and Ashley repo a car from an over-privileged girl and her deadbeat boyfriend and Lou, Matt, and Froy get in way over their heads on a job that pits them against a group of gangsters.
A new rift between Matt and the rest of the crew puts the fate of the team in question. Sonia and Matt find themselves getting along unusually well when they try to repossess a sedan from a particularly nasty couple going through some serious relationship problems. Plus, Froy and Sonia head to a farmers market and get ambushed by a pair of fruit-throwing miscreants, and Matt has a melt-down when Lou and Lyndah confront him about his daughter.
On this no-holds-barred season finale, Matt and Lou have their final confrontation and the team loses a member. Sonia, Lyndah and Ashley head out to repossess a hang-glider. Then, Matt, Sonia, and Lyndah confront a team of shady astronomers who don't want to give up their van. Plus, when Froy, Matt, and Sonia take on a risky job on the bad side of town, bullets fly leaving a team member's life in the balance.
Matt and Lou have a final confrontation; Sonia, Lyndah and Ashley try to repossess a hang glider; Matt, Sonia and Lyndah confront astronomers about their van; Froy, Matt and Sonia dodge bullets in a rough part of town.
Sonia's recovery takes another unexpected turn when she goes too far with a debtor. Sonia and Matt sneak onto a big studio lot to repossess a trailer, but there's a big surprise in store when it turns out Matt and the movie's star have a checkered history, Lou and Sonia interrupt a knitting circle to take a car from a booze-soaked craft enthusiast, and Matt and Froy head out to wine country for a disastrous run-in with a group of debtors who have sworn an oath of silence.
Things get a lot more complicated for the team when Sonia snaps and puts herself on the business end of a knife and the gangbanger wielding it. Froy and Sonia wind up in the middle of a relationship dispute with an absent-minded professor who's got too many cars and too many girlfriends, Matt and Froy confront a debtor with a tiny motorcycle and an enormous mean streak, and Sonia and Lyndah find themselves in the middle of a gang dispute gone horribly awry.
On this special episode, the repo team confronts their toughest challenge yet: one-on-one interviews with an anger management specialist. Froy and Matt hit the lake to repossess a van from a kayak instructor and his perturbed collection of students, and Lyndah and Froy head to the Hollywood Hills to find a luxury car, but wind up crashing the worst party ever.
The team gets back to work, but have their anger management sessions had any effect? Sonia and Lyndah find themselves surrounded by a gang of roller derby girls who've got the skills to protect their car, Lou and Sonia get lost in translation when they're forced to contend with a pair of Russian movers and their yuppie lawyer clients, and Matt, Lou, and Froy are in a battle of the scams when they try to trick a group of con artists into giving up their vehicle.
The team's work with the anger management specialist starts to pay off with disastrous consequences. Sonia and Froy drive to the country to repo a tractor and are forced to confront a group of irate corporate hayriders, Lou and Sonia wrangle with a confused lady who is missing both her car and her sense of decency, and Matt and Sonia get into a Mexican standoff with a wealthy divorcee, his daughter, and her rageaholic boyfriend.
Matt and Froy interrupt the meeting of a fraternal lodge to ask for a car, but what they get is an angry old man with an angry old rifle, Lou and Sonia set off in search of a vehicle and find themselves interrupting a family celebration for a young veteran with a horrible secret, and Froy and Matt go on a repo that develops into a three-way battle royale with a pair of glassworkers and their enraged client.
Sonia and Froy interrupt an interlude between a debtor and two French maids who are getting surprisingly hands-on with their job, Froy and Matt hit the links to repossess a ball-collector vehicle from a golf course chock full of enraged yuppies, and a confrontation with a pack of construction workers goes bad when Froy and Matt go way across the line - somebody's vehicle is going to get destroyed, but whose will it be?
Lou and Sonia try to repossess a car from a yuppie with a flair for the arts and for mayhem, Sonia, Matt, and Froy reclaim some unusual equipment from an overgrown hippie with some long hair and a short temper, and Matt and Sonia interrupt a house party to ask for a vehicle, but soon find themselves fighting for their lives against a troupe of enraged fire dancers.
Sonia and Froy show off their best moves against a team of dance instructors who will stop at nothing to hold onto their car, Matt and Sonia repossess a vehicle from a woman with the world's most vindictive boyfriend, and Lou and Froy match muscle and wits with a gang of vicious roadies.
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Matt and Froy work a voluntary repo, but their plans are quickly derailed when the debtor's cousin shares a little surprise, Lou and Sonia are caught in a desperate situation when the owner of their target car is struck by an apparent a heart attack, and Froy and Matt have their back against the wall when a repo becomes violent under the watchful eye of the finance company.
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Lou and Froy repo an airplane, but Froy finds himself in handcuffs when Lou takes off.
Matt and Froy repo a car from a girl whose roommate has been keeping two very big secrets.
Matt and Froy head into the mountains, but their repo goes up in flames, and Froy gets caught in the blaze.
In the Season 10 opener, Lou takes two new hires on their first job, where they are greeted by chainsaw-wielding debtors. Meanwhile, Froy and Matt hit the road when a driving-school instructor persuades his student to put the pedal to the metal. Later, Lou and Sonia encounter a debtor armed with medicine balls.
Lou's elaborate sting operation to infiltrate an alleged cult hits a snag when the new guys arrive unprepared, while Sonia and Matt are surprised when they show up to repo a car and discover that the owner is blind. Later, Ronnie's inexperience causes problems during a truck recovery.
Matt and Sonia are cheesed off after being outsmarted by a pizza deliveryman and having to call in Matt's mom for back-up; and later, Matt and Carlos almost come to blows. Meanwhile, Lyndah and Froy confront a nunchaku-wielding bodyguard.
Froy and Sonia get caught in the middle of a riot when they repossess a vehicle from a stranded motorist and he rallies the neighborhood to his cause; the rookies head out on their first unsupervised recovery and wind up getting assaulted with pepper spray. Later, Matt and Carlos are bested by a gang of female bikers.
Sonia and Carlos put their best performance in when they attempt to repossess a vehicle from a pair of silver-painted robot men.
Froy and Matt head out to repo a bouncy castle, and a set of angry clowns aren't their only opposition when Ronnie and Carlos show up to take the credit.
Carlos plays a prank that almost lands Matt and Froy in jail; a hot-dog vendor relishes his run-in with Carlos, whose bad attitude might get him in hot water with Froy; Ronnie and Carlos use their wiles to uncover a hidden vehicle.
Sonia and Froy deal with an unbalanced debtor who threatens to take down the entire company; Matt and Ronnie take on children's book vendors who are up to no good.
Matt and Froy take the opportunity to enact revenge on Ronnie and Carlos; a repo at a car wash gets out of hand; Lou's big mistake on a repo results in a debtor bringing the fight to their front door in a shoot out.
Lou attempts to track down one of the culprits from the shoot-out and exact revenge; and later, Lou considers taking on a business partner.
When Matt and Froy repo a car from a man in an anger management meeting, Froy suffers the consequences of taking on a violent rage-aholic. Then Matt is stuck with a hypodermic needle full of sedative during a repo of a medical supply van.
A jazz musician sets off Sonia and punches are thrown as Ronnie tries to manage the mayhem, and Matt and Sonia wrestle to bring deluded actors back to reality.
Sonia and Ronnie are led on a wild-goose chase; Froy and Ronnie deal with a woman on her way to a red-carpet event; and one of Rusty's half-baked schemes comes to a boil.
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With Sonia and Lyndah gone, the guys try to keep the company afloat.
Lou deals with the aftermath of the accident. Later, Lou, Froy and Carlos try to repossess a World War II-era tank.
The team worry that Sonia won't come back after she informs them that her return is conditional on their performance.
Matt and Froy look for a minivan; Sonia and Carlos experience some turbulence from an airline pilot whose car they have to repo; and Lou and Sonia sniff around town looking for a sewage truck.
Ronnie suffers a serious injury during an attack on the lot and begins to rethink his choice of profession, and then he and Carlos try to wrestle a truck from a storage-locker auctioneer. Later, Sonia and Ronnie get into a debate with a fast-talking politician.
After Ronnie takes responsibility for losing a repo, Carlos tries to bury the hatchet; Lou and Carlos are assigned to pick up an airport shuttle, angering passengers who are in danger of missing their flights. Later, Lou and Ronnie get into a shootout with a gambler and his bodyguards.
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In the Season 11 premiere, Lou takes a gamble and tries his business luck in Las Vegas.
The team have to recover an airplane and return a large sum of money, but two team members prove to be unreliable.
Lyndah turns away unwanted and inappropriate advances from Frankie while dealing with a crying debtor who is calling the police; Matt and Froy get a stripped down car and the phone number of the owner's ex-girlfriend; case of mistaken identity.
The crew confronts a trio with a few tricks up their sleeves; Matt and Froy get in a scuffle at a gym.
Sonia and Froy interrupt a hayride full of yuppies, who won´t take no for an answer; Lou and Sonia reclaim a car from a confused homeowner.
A repo turns disastrous for Sonia; a hovercraft owner with an attitude; Sonia tells the team about the sale of the company.